Check out Drake, Jimmy, and Jimmy's iPad 3G in the video after the break.
What's the worst that can happen? Since it was just the email addresses that were leaked, and not log-in information, you may find an upswing in spam. Thankfully, AT&T issued a quick response, saying that the loophole has already been closed but that doesn't mean that we should all go back to business as usual. I've talked a lot about what to do after your email gets hacked, and those tips are worth revisiting here.
If you're an iPad 3G owner, consider the following steps to protect your email address in the event of a breech after the break.
The list of exposed addresses includes military personnel, members of Congress, New York Times execs, the mayor of New York City, and many more prominent figures, not to mention tens of thousands of other users. The security breach came through AT&T's website (not Apple's) and eventually, the group who found the loophole notified AT&T, and it has since been closed.